Seabourn Ovation Review

Great cruise with Seabourn with minor critique

Review for the Southern Caribbean Cruise on Seabourn Ovation
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2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Feb 2024
Cabin: Veranda Suite

I just sailed on the Seabourn Ovastion with a seven day cruise, everything was as advertised and a great product value for money. The staff members are very attentive to your needs, and the cruise director especially so a lovely lady named Loula Geater was excellent in all facets odf her job. The food was to die for , the Seabourn Square with their cappucinos and lava chocolate chip cookies, the gelato bar all excellent in their own right. I had dinner at the famous Thomas Keller restaurant and it was ok but nothing to write home about a bit of a let down but the evening was salvaged since I have great company. The main dinning room aka The Restaurant also has very good food and the wine selection is also good. No need to go top shelf of you dont care to do so. The other eating venues were all excellent in their own right especially the patio. One thing i like is their bacon wrapped hot dogs and fries. IN room service also very good. Over all I give this sailing an 8/10. Why am I not giving a perfect rating? One reason is who ever designed the suites well might have been a mazochist since the air vent for the ac is right over the bed and no matter how much fiddling around I did it kept me up all night, the beds could also be a little comfier. BUt as I wrote those a minor issues, Seabourn has an excellent following amongst its fans, I have become another one of them, since I booked another cruise for my birthday in September from Dubrovnik to Athens on the Ovation's sister ship the encore

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Veranda Suite

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